CALL FOR PAPERS:
Special Issue on Leveraging Adaptive Courseware
Deadline: November 15, 2017
In collaboration with the Personalized Learning Consortium at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Current Issues in Emerging eLearning announces a call for papers for a special issue on leveraging adaptive courseware and adaptive learning.
The focus of this special issue will be new empirical research on the use of adaptive courseware and adaptive learning with a goal of advancing our understanding of effective leveraging of tools. The issue will be intentionally diverse, accepting papers that include launching, implementing and scaling use of adaptive courseware and adaptive learning. Examples from higher education, especially those involving introductory and gateway courses, are especially sought, but other educational (K-12) and training organizations may also submit papers.
For full details see scholarworks.umb.edu/ciee/call-for-papers.pdf.
Current Issues in Emerging eLearning (CIEE) is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal of research and critical thought on eLearning practice and emerging pedagogical methods. The journal is published by the Center for Innovation and Excellence in eLearning, and sponsored by the College of Advancing and Professional Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1 (2017)
Educational Apps in the Blended Learning Classroom: Bringing Inquiry-Based Learning into the Mix
Todd S. Cherner and Alex Fegely
Nursing Advising Using a MOOC: A Case Study
Sandra G. Nadelson, Louis S. Nadelson, Morgan Scadden, Lesa Minnick, and Heather Thomas
Adaptive Learning: A Tale of Two Contexts
Charles Dziuban, Patsy Moskal, Constance Johnson, and Duncan Evans
It’s RAINing : Remotely Accessible Instruments in Nanotechnology to Promote Student Success
Jared M. Ashcroft, Atilla Ozgur Cakmak, Jillian Blatti, Esteban Bautista, Vanessa Wolf, Felix Monge, Dwaine Davis, M. Josefina Arellano-Jimenez, Raymond Tsui, Richard Hill, Anthony Klejna, James S. Smith, Gabe Glass, Timothy Suchomski, Kristine J. Schroeder, and Robert K. Ehrmann